Ingredients

How to make it

  • Throw everything except the dripping into a bowl and mix together
  • Heat the dripping or oil (not olive oil please!) in a frying (saute) pan
  • Chuck the bubble in the pan and squish into a big pattie.
  • This is where opinion divides, some people like to stir occasionally so the crusty bits from the bottom get mixed in, other prefer a good think crispy crust then turn over (flip onto a plate, then back in the pan) to get a crust on the other side
  • If you are feeling posh, you can make individual bubbles using metal rings.
  • Its cooked when its hot, bubbling and squeaking
  • It may sound gross but this is proper old school food that has recently had the Ramsey relaunch, you might just like it!

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  • momo_55grandma 5 years ago
    Sounds wonderful got try Keeper for sure thanks high5
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  • peggy_cookingfool 6 years ago
    My Grandmother who was Irish/English always made this after our traditional Easter dinner of red potatoes, cabbage and boiled ham. I remember her making it in a large frying pan. It was just delicious! She always added a little mustard to it. It is definitely a comfort food in our family!
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  • robertg 6 years ago
    I'm with CC,I'll have to try this,thanks for the post............Bob
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  • cabincrazyone 6 years ago
    I like the fried crust on corned beef hash or hash brown potatoes, so this B & S fried crispy sounds great! I'll have to try it! Thanks.
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  • chiki_minki 6 years ago
    Hi Greekgirrl, I have to admit that my mum cooked this in more fat that I use in a year! Another confession, unless its been a really bad day I use a smear of oil in a non-stick pan but its really not the same. Mx
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  • chiki_minki 6 years ago
    Hi Knox, my mum is from the both side crusty but my partner is from mixed up crust (yuk!) so we do argue about, though he has come to agree that my way is better! Mx
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  • chiki_minki 6 years ago
    Hi Turtle, I'm not sure how well known Gordon Ramsey outside UK but in recent years he has been going back to this kind of traditional food. Things like steak and kidney pudding, pigs trotter and bubble made resurgence in top resaurants around that time and can now be found in every gastropub. Hence a Ramsey relaunch for something that big Gordon has cooked. Mx
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    " It was excellent "
    greekgirrrl ate it and said...
    I just love food that might put me into cardiac arrest!! LOL
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  • knoxcop 6 years ago
    Ohhh my! I love this...my mother used to do this, frying hers in a hot cast iron skillet with bacon drippings! Hers would get a good crust on both sides, then we'd eat it with toasted leftover cornbread! YUUUUUM!--Kn0x--
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  • turtle66 6 years ago
    what is a Ramsey relaunch???
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  • dixiediner 6 years ago
    Sounds like delicious comfort food, to me.
    Thanks for sharing.
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  • stacyann 6 years ago
    I have a left over chuck roast I need to use...actually was wondering what to do with it today! This sounds good!!! Thanks for sharing. I'll be sure to tell the kids where it came from.
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